StreetWise Cycling Education Centres

HUB Cycling's StreetWise Cycling Education Centre runs at Trout Lake Community Centre from the start of May until the end of August. We will also be running courses at the Steveston Community Centre from July to August. Click through the individual courses below to see dates and registration information.

With the new B.C. Government e-bike rebate making cycling more accessible for many people, there has also never been a better time to learn how to ride a bike. 

A bike education instructor points at something in the distance. An an adult woman student looks at what the instructor is pointing at. The instructor and student are both on bikes.

Beginner Bike Skills

Start your cycling journey with these small group lessons. Learn the basics of riding on two wheels: balancing, steering & braking.

A South Asian adult woman in her 20s rides her bike around a parking lot. She looks at the camera and holds up her thumb in approval. She is smiling. Several other adult students are riding their bikes behind her.

Intermediate Bike Skills 

Improve your riding skills and take part in a road ride in the local community with our 2-hour course. This course is available for regular bikes, as well as a specific one for E-bikes.

A bike education instructor kneels down and is changing the pedal of a bike that is flipped upside down. She smiles at the camera.

Basic Bike Maintenance

Learn about how to fix and maintain your bike with a fun interactive course led by an experienced instructor.


Subsidies are available, or email if cost is a barrier. 

For information on adaptive cycling programs at our StreetWise Cycling Education Centres, please visit Spinal Cord Injury BC’s Adaptive Cycling webpage.

Thank you to our sponsors for making these courses possible!


A logo slurry of the program funders. The logos include TransLink, BCAA, City of Vancouver, District of North Vancouver and the City of Richmond.